I've met one too, in person. They worked for MS.
OK, try to go buy a thank or an F-16 and tell me how that works out for you.
So, what do you think makes the core of the earth so hot? Hint: it isn't the sun and a few MW per person per month doesn't compare to it.
Thank you for explaining.
I'm sorry, but how is slavery not a terrible thing before you realize rape was a regular part of it?
It's still annoying.
Who said anyone has the ability to shoot down satellites? I thought star wars was a bust.
1. there is no fast and furious gun running blame on anything but lax gun laws. Were there laws that allowed one to jail suspected gun runners, they would have been enforced, but law enforcement don't waste their time when they know they can't get a conviction. The real fast and furious debacle is on the gun lobby that keeps those laws lax.
2. The notion that the President of the United States (and I mean any President) would appoint an ambassador to another nation and then intentionally bring harm upon them is insane. You would, at a minimum, need some sort of motive here to get me interested enough to research this.
3. I didn't see any indication that Obama or even the WH had anything to do with this, instructed this to happen, or that it wasn't a rogue employee / office. Plus, in the end here, you're talking about tax exempt status being on the line. How could that possibly raise to the level of Watergate?
As for watergate, you are correct, it was far from the worst thing Nixon did--but it is still 100 times worse than the worst Obama has done.
Don't get me wrong, Nixon did some great things (creating of the EPA among them). But he and Johnson really abused the power of the presidency and both continued a war purely for political gain at an enormous cost in lives. I mean, you're worried about a delayed tax exempt status while Johnson / Nixon had the NSA spying on MLK.
Name one worse than watergate.
Setting aside that the Republicans controlled all three branches of government from 2001 - 2006, this narrative assumes that the federally backed loan buyers (Fannie and Freddie) were the drivers of the speculative bubble, but they weren't--the wall street firms were way out in the lead on this and Fannie and Freddie were just following along after the party was most of the way over.
Cute theory, but the rail system is controlled by a collaboration of DC, Virginia, and Maryland. Far from one party in control. Also not dysfunctional as far as I can see.
I think you are trying to be ironic and are throwing your hands up. But try to disprove me on this claim: there is no more effective or prolific trust buster than the USG.
Yes, and then there is the question of why I might care about that. Well, except to note that LEO was also no that valuable.
what color do you think blood in your veins is, exactly?
Well, right tool for the job. I think that for servers and clients that connect to untrusted servers, probably C is not the right tool. For example, I'd rather sshd was written in a language that checks out of bounds conditions and I'd rather have it be slow than insecure.